Christopher Laloi is the director of the Voies Off festival. He graduated from the school in 1996. “We were a very dynamic and cohesive group. We worked hard and we played hard. My role in the Off festival allowed me to follow everybody’s work. When the book Qu’avez-vous fait de la photographie? (What Have You Done With Photography?) came out, I realized that I had spent the last 17 years of my life taking care of other people. It’s strange, because I was also a little embarrassed to respond. I felt like I hadn’t really done anything.”
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